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Tuesday, 29 August 2017

The iPhone 8's wireless charge will disappear



One of the most anticipated and demanded functions of the iPhone 8 that we will confirm in less than two weeks, judging by the latest leaks, which already give date and place of presentation, is precisely the inductive wireless charge that will allow us to charge our device without cables . Of course, we may take a little disappointment, because it will be rather slower than desired .

According to the latest rumors coming from Asia, Apple will employ an old standard for wireless charging , which will result in our iPhone 8 being charged, but it will do so much more des-pa-cito, as the summer hit of Luis Fonsi .


So yes, the three iPhone that will see the light next month will include inductive load, but instead of using the 15W supported by the standard Qi Ver. 1.2 (the current), since Macotakara ensures that Apple technology will employ 7 , 5 Watts, come on, half. If we look at the good side, it is a load power higher than the current 5 watts we have with the cable , so something is something.

This has another negative reading, and we will not be able to use the iPhone 8 or iPhone 7s or iPhone 7s Plus with wireless charging accessories with current technologies , our daily bread Apple, lack of adaptability with others manufacturers and probably we can only use Apple's, at least for the moment.


We still have a doubt on the horizon that has been speculating months: will we pay more than a thousand euros for the iPhone 8 and will have to buy separately the dock of wireless charge ? And is that apparently, Apple would include a traditional charger and wireless charging would be an addition that we would have to buy separately .

Moreover, it is speculated that the accessories for wireless charging and the necessary software would not be ready by September , but there would be a later update as already happened with the portrait mode of the iPhone 7 Plus.

Via | Cult of Mac 

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